Osama Bin Laden died today
02. May 2011
The dreaded Al Qaeda leader and global terrorist, Osama bin laden was killed today in the early hours of Monday May 2 2011. This assassination that was carried out by a group of elite US police forces like the CIA and the Navy SEALs, has taken the news media on a global scale on by storm because today was the day where an infamous terrorist was killed after almost a decade long struggle by investigating his whereabouts. As we all know Osama bin laden came to fame when he masterminded the attack on the the twin towers in New York city, USA. That catastrophic incident had caused a worldwide disruption and caused a more than 3000 American lives as casualties and several hundred million dollars in property damage. But today it looked like the US has finally got its revenge by gunning down the Al Qaeda leader in his posh hideout in a compound located in the Pakistan/Afghanistan border.
According to the concerned Pakistan officials and an eye witness, the CIA came to attack at the early hours of May 2 Monday morning. Then Bin laden retaliated by attacking with his own personal security force. It was his men versus the CIA who attacked with four armed helicopters. After a short fire fight , although the CIA did manage to loose some of their men, they finally managed to gun down and kill Bin laden. A spokesperson for the CIA commented that the CIA had been tipped on the whereabouts of the Osama somewhere in August last year where he was rumored to be living in Pakistan ever since. The Pakistani officials refused to comment any further. The team even managed to gun down a few people along with Bin laden one of whom was rumored to be his son and a high ranking Al Qaeda member.
A large crowd of people had gathered in the white house to give show their happiness to this incident and president Barack Obama was quoted to have said that the justice is now done. But Obama feels that the country should be more aware and vigilant for any terrorist activities that may occur by Islamic extremists and AL Qaeda members who may want to seek revenge for gunning down their leader. But all that aside many people feel that his death will somewhat serve as an example to the other people in the FBI most wanted lists and teach them that no matter how powerful or dangerous you may be, you will meet a sticky end like death, sooner or later by the authorities.
Here is the video explaining his death